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Myths and Facts: A Guide to the Arab-Israeli Conflict Paperback – November 30, 2011
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He presents information in a fair, non-biased manner.
Bard examines every falsehood about the conflict and shows what utter trash it is, giving us a starting explanation of the true state of affairs.
Bard begins by dispelling the lie that there was no Jewish presence in the Land of Israel between the Roman destruction of the Second Temple in 70 CE and the re-birth of the modern Zionist movement.
There has always been a Jewish presence in the Holy Land for the last 3000 years.
Bard outlines how large communities were re-established in Jerusalem and Safed in the ninth century and thrived in other towns and cities in Palestine during the Middle Ages.
By the early 19th century-before the rebirth of the modern Zionist movement- more than 10 000 Jews throughout the Holy Land.
He deals with the evil lies that "Zionism is racism" pointing out that Zionism is the national liberation movement of the Jewish people, which holds that Jews, like any other people are entitled to a homeland.
The presence of hundreds of thousands of dark skinned Jews from Ethiopia, Yemen, Iran and India, among other countries is the best refutation of this wicked calumny.
Furthermore the 1 million Christian and Muslim Arabs, Druze, Baha'is, Circassians and other ethnic groups have full civil and political rights in Israel.
Furthermore Bard deals with the other evil lie that equates Zionism with colonialism pointing out that colonialism means the exploitation of others, but that nothing could be further from colonialism than a people returning to their own land and doing all their own labour as the Zionists did.Read more ›
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Very good and refreshing read, what with all the myths flying around. For anyone who is serious about learning the facts, this book is a must readPublished 18 months ago by Amazon Customer
Covers everything! The explanations are clear, logical and very well founded.
A must for any person interested in the truth of the conflict between Israel and Arabs